Wednesday, August 20, 2014

The Bloodbath Continues

The Islamic State have been cruelly conducting a vicious campaign of unimaginable violence against those who do not support them. I am sure you would have read my disturbing post at http://helpvictor.blogspot.com/2014/08/bloodbath.html and seen the gruesome photos of  hair-raising executions.
 
The bloodbath continues with even greater ferocity.
 
In July, IS told Christians in Mosul, Iraq to convert to Islam, pay a protection tax, or die.
 
Already, images have emerged of Christian children beheaded by IS, merely for being Christian.
 
IS even forced a man to watch the brutal rape of his wife and daughter when he could not pay the tax. This man later committed suicide.
 
There have been persistent reports that even families that pay the tax, mandated by IS for Christians who remain, are now being victimized. The women are allegedly being taken from their husbands and made into “wives” belonging to the IS fighters. This means they can rape them and even kill them, if they do not subsequently agree to convert to Islam.
 
The majority chose to leave. The Sunni terrorists marked Christian homes and businesses with the letter “N” for Nazarene.
 
Mosul is without Christians for the first time in 2,000 years.
 
It is the same with the Yazidi ethnic minority in northern Iraq.
 
IS told the Yazidis to convert to Islam or die, killed 500 of them, buried many alive, and took hundreds of girls as slaves.
 
If you had seen the pictures, you cannot escape the conclusion that IS zealots are psychopaths who enjoy killing. Gaza pales in comparison to the killings in Iraq and Syria.

WARNING: Graphic images. NOT SUITABLE for those with weak stomachs.




















Image credit: http://www.barenakedislam.com/category/beheadings-graphic


















Image credit: http://amredeemed.com/news/warning-graphic-photos-raw-isis-begins-killing-christians-mosul/?fb_ref=recommendations-bar













Image credit: http://www.barenakedislam.com/2014/08/07/isis-jihadists-are-systematically-beheading-christian-children-in-iraq/

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